Collider Detector (CDF) at Fermilab

Collider Detector (CDF) at Fermilab

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Caption: Physicists work on the inner tracking chamber of the Collider Detector at Fermilab (CDF), the part- icle physics laboratory near Chicago. The CDF is a giant detector which records the collisions of protons & antiprotons accelerated to high energy in Fermilab's Tevatron collider. The CDF's inner tracking chamber, which fits into the hole at centre of the picture, is of a type known as a time projection chamber (TPC), a gas-filled cylinder in which electrons released along the tracks of charged particles drift towards each end of the cylinder. The physicists (left to right) are Robert Kephart, Rick Snider, Maki Sekiguchi.

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